The 62nd Anniversary of the Torres del Paine National Park
On May 13th each year, we celebrate the birthday of this beautiful place in the extreme south of Chile. There are many reasons why this Biosphere Reserve is a dream destination for many nature and adventure lovers. Some even consider it to be the eighth wonder of the world for its impressive beauty.
Millions of people across the globe join together on April 22nd each year to celebrate this important day for the environment. For Tierra Hotels, it’s a very special date – after all, our name “Tierra” literally means “Earth” in Spanish. This day represents the spirit of what we do and the type of tourism we promote, respecting nature with concrete actions, alongside local communities.
11 Conservation targets in Torres del Paine National Park
In Chilean Patagonia there are some basic rules that we must comply with in order to protect its fragile ecosystem. The beautiful landscapes of the extreme Southern cone contain a rich biodiversity, important archeological sites, and an invaluable history which must all be protected by those who traverse its paths.
“The Torres del Paine Park has seen a recovery like never before”
Basilio Reinike, Head of Excursions at Tierra Patagonia, speaks with us about the different activities that can be done in this incredible part of Chile and some of the positive consequences that this forced pause has had in nature, due to the restrictions in the national park.
What to wear for excursions in Torres del Paine
The unpredictable weather in Patagonia means we must be well-prepared when we go out on excursions. During a hike it’s not unusual to experience sunshine, rain, wind and even snow. For this reason we are sharing some recommendations so that you can choose the proper clothing before starting your journey to the extreme south of the world.
Unforgettable Adventures in Patagonia
The Torres del Paine are the iconic highlight of this amazing destination at the extreme south of the world. But they’re not the only place of interest to explore and enjoy. Kineret Muñoz, Excursions Coordinator at Tierra Patagonia invites us to dream and discover more of the wonders of this remote and beautiful place in southern Chile.
10 Fun Facts about the Patagonian Puma
It’s one of the most famous residents of the Torres del Paine National Park, and its presence is key to keeping the ecosystem in balance. Here are some of the characteristics of the largest cat in Chile.
The journey to the base of the three towers
Exploring the hills of the extreme south of Chile by foot, contemplating its one-of-a-kind, natural charm, is an unforgettable experience. The trek to the base of the Torres del Paine may seem to be an impossible feat, however, with the proper preparations, anyone can enjoy one of the most iconic wonders of Patagonia.
Tierra Patagonia’s outstanding ranking on Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards 2020
We are proud to announce that Tierra Patagonia was ranked outstandingly on the survey completed by readers of this prestigious magazine.
Two-wheeled excursions are a great way to get to know new places and experience local life and nature up close. On this World Bicycle Day, we invite you to daydream about stunning, diverse landscapes that you can explore with us at Tierra Hotels.
Horseback riding like the locals in Patagonia
Roaming the extreme south on horseback is a wonderful experience that reveals the daily life of those who inhabit this incredible place, such as Luis Bahamondes, host of one of Tierra Patagonia’s excursions.
Celebrate Earth Day today and everyday
Tierra means “Earth” in Spanish, and protecting it is at the core of everything we do – from solar panels that power us, down to the biodegradable straw served with your evening cocktail. Now more than ever, it’s important for all of us to take steps to protect our planet.